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BMVOLVO 342912 162 John Deere 7810 either
John Deere 7810
From a Britains/Ertl 6410 But now a bit longer
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more..
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looks nice.
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Why don't you use a Ertl 7410 model? This is model isn't
really arranged to modified to a 7810. It was be better when
you build a 6010 serie like 6810.
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Thanks for the info Johan
But i dont really agree with you because this model is
terific to do the 7800 model if you make them longer so you
get the 6 cyl look.The mudgards and the cab are the
same.That i can tell you because i use to drive one myself.
By the way wich ertl model do you meen?

Regards// Peter
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Ertl has made 7410 model. I have built a 7710 on abase of a
7410 model. But the 6410 that you have is to low for a good
7810. And i mean the hood is to low for a good 7810.
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The hood of the 6010 series is different than the hood of
the 7000 series. Johan is right. and the 7000 series is
bigger than the 6010's.
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Johan was just a couple seconds earlier;-)
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Yes ok i by that.
But Johan the decal on the hood are lean down to the cab
and thats makes the hood look higher.
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The cabine from a john deere 6000 or 6010 is not the same as
a cabine from the john deere 7000 or 7010 serie..

The model is not nice for a 7000 serie. It looks better when
you make a 69 or 6810 from the model like johan says.
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